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An Introduction to Pyschology by William Wundt

Principles of Psychology by William James

Animal Intelligence by Edward L Thorndike           This is the book most recommended.

Principles of Teaching: Based on Psychology by ELT

Beyond the Pleasure Principle   Sigmund Freud

Ego and the Id                  Sigmund Freud

I don't think that Freud was wrong but I don't think that he was clear half of the time.  And there's nothing here about penis envy.

Behaviorism                     John B Watson

Conditioned Reflexes            Ivan Pavlov

Science and Human Behavior BF Skinner

Hierarchy of Needs: A Theory of Human Motivation Abraham H Maslow

Essential Chomsky Noam Chomsky  This guy wrote for the New Republic. 

Love at Goon Park: Harry Harlow and The Science of Affection by Deborah Blum

Decline and Fall of the Freudian Empire by H. J Eysenck

Change Your Brain, Change Your Life by Daniel Amen.  Almost neurology rather than psychology.  After this, notice the books become rather cognitive.  

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

Critical Thinking: Statistical Reasoning and Intuitive Judgment by Varda Liberman (Author), Amos Tversky (Author)

Judgement under Uncertainty: Heuristics and Biases by Daniel Kahneman  (Editor), Paul Slovic (Editor), Amos Tversky (this is a textbook, but worth mentioning)

Psychology: Essential Thinkers This free book on Kindle and is a good summary of significant figures in psychology.

Also, tongue in cheek intended, Flirting for Dummies, Relationships for dummies, Sex for dummies, and pregnancy all in one for dummies.  

And, Criminology for Dummies.

Edited by dnewhous

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